'American Gods" To Feature Explicit Gay Sex Scene In New Season!

Starz fantasy series "American Gods" promise to include the most explicit gay sex on tv.

The series, an adaptation of the novel by Neil Gaiman, follows old gods such as Love and Evil as they prepare to battle new gods like Technology. Salim (Omid Abtahi), who has recently moved to New York City, crosses path with the Jinn (Mousa Kraish), a mythological Middle Eastern god posing as a taxi driver. The pair meet in a taxi and go back to a hotel room to have sex.

At a press event for the show, Fuller explained the scene was a “wonderful metaphor for a religious experience.”
“I’m excited for people to see the Salim and Jinn story and the beauty of that sex scene, which was not a small feat for two gay Muslim characters to have a beautiful, sophistical, sexual experience and what it was like for us to visually give you an idea of what it’s like to take a god inside you. I felt like it was a wonderful metaphor for a religious experience,” Fuller says.
The scene between Salim and Jinn airs May 14 at 9 p.m. on Starz.